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by Micha F. Lindemans
The Japanese god of the wind, storms and bad cold. When the Mongolian fleet tried to invade Japan, Kami-kaze blew the fleet away. In World War II, Japanese pilots where named after him. They flew suicidal missions with planes, loaded with bombs, crashing into enemy ships.

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